Tyson Foods Inc. /zigman2/quotes/201117502/composite TSN -1.29% and Hormel Inc. /zigman2/quotes/209170265/composite HRL +1.98% are among the companies that will benefit from the partial trade agreement reached between the U.S. and China, according to CFRA analysis. The deal includes a plan to put off additional U.S. tariffs that were set to go into effect on Dec. 15. In addition, China will purchase $40 billion to $50 billion in U.S. agricultural goods. CFRA thinks U.S. agricultural exports could jump between 50% and 100% in fiscal 2020, reaching $15 billion to $20 billion. With China still reeling from an outbreak of African swine fever, pork exports to China have soared, which bodes well for Tyson and Hormel. Other companies that stand to gain are agribusinesses like Archer Daniels Midland Co. /zigman2/quotes/203479136/composite ADM +0.79% and Bunge Ltd /zigman2/quotes/208554679/composite BG +0.39% , and poultry businesses like Pilgrim's Pride Corp. /zigman2/quotes/204152423/composite PPC -1.01% and Sanderson Farms Inc. /zigman2/quotes/201978364/composite SAFM -1.20% . Tyson stock is up 68.6% over the past year while Sanderson Farms has soared 73.6% and Pilgrim's Pride has nearly doubled, up 96.8%. Hormel is up 3.2%. Archer Daniels has gained 6.7% while Bunge is down 3.4%. The S&P 500 index /zigman2/quotes/210599714/realtime SPX +0.48% is up 25.5% for the last 12 months.